What is the class system in Nigeria?
This paper will attempt to bring some of these class definitions to life by describing the lives of three Nigerians; one categorized as lower middle class, another as upper middle class, and a third in the upper class. All three are working in well-established international or multinational organizations.
Do we have middle class in Nigeria?
The middle class make up about 23% of the Nigerian population, according to African Development Bank (AfDB) data. They are well educated – 92% have obtained post-secondary education or have studied at an institution of higher learning.
What is upper class in Nigeria?
Number of households (millions)
The survey estimates that of the estimated 169 million people in Nigeria only 3.3 million people are classified as upper class (earning above USD 140,000 p.a.) whilst more than 49 million people earn less than USD 1,400 per annum (p.a.).
List of civil societies in Nigeria
- Oodua Peoples Congress.
- Arewa People’s Congress.
- Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
- PANDEF – Pan Niger Delta Forum.
- Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta.
- Nigeria Labour Congress.
- Red Cross Society.
- Boys Scout.
The social structure in Nigeria is the hierarchal characterisation of social status, historically stratified under the Nigerian traditional rulers and their subordinate chiefs, with a focus on tribe and ethnicity which continued with the advent of colonisation.
Who is a low income earner in Nigeria?
00 (US$13.70) and N40,000.00 (US$109.60), but in this study, the low-income earners are those between grade levels (04–08) in the civil service of Nigeria whose average monthly earning is below N71,000.00, as stated in by the Federal Republic of Nigeria (FRN 2012).
How much do you need to live comfortably in Nigeria?
Summary about cost of living in Lagos, Nigeria: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 1,918$ (787,843₦) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 525$ (215,854₦) without rent. Lagos is 63.59% less expensive than New York (without rent).
What is the cost of living in Nigeria?
Summary: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 1,586$ (651,574₦) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 438$ (179,771₦) without rent. Cost of living in Nigeria is, on average, 57.51% lower than in United States.
Many sociologists suggest five:
- Upper Class – Elite.
- Upper Middle Class.
- Lower Middle Class.
- Working Class.
What are major religious beliefs in Nigeria?
The dominant religions in Nigeria are Islam and Christianity, imported to West Africa generations ago. But traditional African religion has not been forgotten, especially among the Yoruba ethnic group.